Judge A Book By Its Cover: Cat On The Scent

Host Whitney Bradshaw asks University of Oregon students to judge a book by its cover. In this episode, we look at Cat on the Scent by Rita Mae Brown & Sneaky Pie Brown.

TFYB: Romeo texts Juliet

Romeo and Juliet is a play by William Shakespeare in which two young lovers from warring families find themselves resorting to drastic measures in the name of being together forever. In this episode of Texts From Your Bookshelf, Juliet gets some super bummer…

Epilogue Episode 1 – 5.21.15

Join us for our first episode of Epilogue, a news-in-review show about books, produced by students at the University of Oregon. Host Dana Bredeweg brings us the latest in literary news, from Mark Twain's lost letters to the San Francisco Chronicle to adult…

Review: Yes Please

From the Back Cover:  In a perfect world . . . We'd get to hang out with Amy Poehler, watching dumb movies, listening to music, and swapping tales about our coworkers and difficult childhoods. Because in a perfect world, we'd all be friends…

Booklandia.tv launches new web channel for book lovers

Readers assemble! Created by a team of journalism students at the University of Oregon in partnership with Powell’s Books, the world’s largest independent bookstore, Booklandia.tv provides compelling content for anyone who has ever loved a good story. We celebrate books, authors, readers, and listeners too.…

Kids Corner: The Girl Who Read

Carson tells Booklandia why Harry Potter is a great--nay the greatest--series of books ever written. J.K. Rowling’s best-selling series transcends age, and Carson shows how relatable these characters are, even years after they were first created. Are you a Hermione or a Luna?…

BookSmarts: Chew on this

Who knew the digestive system could be so funny? Portland reader Laurie Epstein-Terris explains her recent Powell’s purchase: Gulp: Adventures on the Alimentary Canal by best-selling non-fiction author Mary Roach.

Judge A Book By Its Cover Ep. 1

Is this steamy romance novel more than meets the eye? If the plots our guests come up with aren’t enough for you, The Darkest Kiss is available at Powell’s Books.  

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